Articles by Sasha Hamilton-Cotter

Late Night Programming has available funds

Only two student organizations, the Japanese Society and Carroll Cinema Society, have utilized Late Night Programming grants through the Division of Student Affairs this semester and turnout has been low. Late Night Programming grants funded a number of events last year when the program was established. Director of Student Activities Lisa Ramsey heads the program.…

CSSA grows in numbers and challenges

Students doing service more than triples in last four years

DVD Kiosk makes red carpet debut

The campus had a few changes made to its exterior and interior over the summer, but another new addition will soon be installed in the Lombardo Student Center. Starting on Wednesday, Sept. 8, John Carroll students will be able to rent movies and video games from the new QUICKflick DVD Kiosk, which will be located…

Swenson recognized as ‘Distinguished Faculty’ member for 2010

This year’s annual Distinguished Faculty Award was presented to Elizabeth Swenson, a member of the psychology department, who has been a member of the John Carroll  University community for 34 years.  Criteria for the Distinguished Faulty award includes the areas of teaching, research and scholarship, advising, professional academic service, and service to the University and…

Do the Loop no more

Shortly after celebrating its one-year anniversary, the West Loop Shuttle has given its last ride. The West Loop Shuttle was introduced in the 2009 spring semester, in addition to the already existent East Loop Shuttle. The Office of Residence Life and the Student Union teamed up to organize a weekend shuttle service to allow students…

SIFE brings help to African orphans

The John Carroll University Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) chapter has made a name for itself through past successes in fundraising and national competitions.  This fall, the fundraising team has been working to raise money for their partner, the African Children’s Ministries, which in turn provide funds for orphanages in Zaire. The African Children’s Ministries…

Five years of friendship

While bright-blue coolers filled to the brim with sausage patties and 20 gallon bins overflowing with donated clothes sit in the John Carroll University vans, a group of 20 students gather together in Rodman Chapel for a brief reflection before heading out into the streets of downtown Cleveland. Their destinations are sidewalk grates, tents in the woods and camps under the over-passes. They are headed to the “homes” of the homeless.